Hi Sanjeev BhaiSach_Khand wrote:I could not understand what you meant by that.I am not forcing Arjun to explain. He stated that nothing is contradictory in reply to my questions which I feel have contrdictory explanations in AIVV. But Arjun sees no contradiction in it. O.k. No problem.But my questions remain. If you can answer, please do try to answer. I am here for discussion and not for debate that too with hostility towards each other. I have debated earlier and have even debated using harsh words. But now I feel that it is not fruitful. And I think better refrain from debate.By the way, if you do not mind can you write differences between debate and discussion. So that I can use my words in a better way. In Hindi I feel "Waad vivaad" is the meaning of debate and "churcha" is the meaning of discussion. I can understand those Hindi words but I may be wrong (just 5% possibility) in understanding the English words "Debate" and "Discussion".And point out what is funny in my replies.
We are all effort makers on here, none of us is yet perfect(especially myself!)! :D I have noticed Bhai, that you are making effort to be more "easy going" on this forum; a little less in souls' faces, with your comments; and i for one am grateful for this. But the old Sanjeev Bhai, still leaks out at times, and you still appear to be quite challenging(though less aggressive it has to be said), on occasion. Your comments imo, are sometimes more akin to a duel or a debate, rather than a simple sharing of ideas. I have no problem with the "new look" Sanjeev Bhai, as i think as imperfect humans, we will get into debates, and slightly raised voices. I am just really grateful that you aren't writing in big bold letters, and on a one man crusade, to make us all better people! :D My comment really Bhai, was to say that although i appreciate what you are now doing on this forum; you can still be a little bit challenging with your comments(no problem here with that though), such that to me, it feels more like a debating, than a quiet discussion over tea and biccies, on a lazy Sunday afternoon in the garden! :D
So I am enjoying the new Sanjeev; i hope he remains a while longer in our presence!